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1789465656
Book:Dina Asher-Smith; by Charlotte Browne / Katarina Johnson-Thompson; by Melanie Hamm:2021 Book Dina Asher-Smith; by Charlotte Browne / Katarina Johnson-Thompson; by Melanie Hamm
Dina Asher-Smith; by Charlotte Browne / Katarina Johnson-Thompson; by Melanie Hamm
Author: Browne, Charlotte
Author: Browne, Charlotte, Dina Asher-Smith
Author: Hamm, Melanie, Katarina Johnson-Thompson
Year: 2021
Language: English
Type: Book
Class Number: JF
Category: Fiction
Publisher: Dino, 2021
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9781789465655
Notes:
Katarina Johnson-Thompson is a British heptathlete and won gold in the 2019 World Championships with a British record of 6,981 points. Dina Asher-Smith is the fastest British woman in recorded history, an Olympic medallist and the 2019 World Champion at 200 metres. This volume brings together the stories of both athletes and details the paths they chose in order to achieve sporting greatness.
Series: Ultimate sports heroes, Going for gold
Extent: 347 pages, 20 cm, pbk
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Language: English
Type: Book
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Physical or Electronic: Physical
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Language: English
Type: Book
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Physical or Electronic: Physical
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Book:Free boots & back-to-backs, memories of a 1950s childhood:2018 Book
Author: Harvey, Maureen
Author: Browne, Charlotte
Year: 2018
Language: English
Type: Book
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Physical or Electronic: Physical
Note: Born in 1948, Maureen Harvey was brought up in a poor working-class household in Birmingham at a time when the city was still a major manufacturing centre. Despite her family's poor circumstances, the author recalls a childhood filled with family pride and neighbourliness; of making do with whatever came to hand; of being thankful for small mercies. This was an age where the deserving poor could write to the Daily Mail and receive a pair of serviceable boots free of charge; when as a small child Maureen would forage for coal and wood for fuel. The industrial working classes really were 'poor, but proud and honest'.
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